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13th May 2015
Gritty Glamorgan batted throughout the final day to deny Kent an opening win of the LV= County Championship Division Two campaign and land a dramatic and unexpected draw.
ecb.co.uk News
12th May 2015
Kent strengthened their chances of securing their opening win of the LV= County Championship season by removing Glamorgan’s dependable leader Jacques Rudolph in the closing moments of the third day’s play at the Spitfire Ground, Canterbury.
ecb.co.uk News
11th May 2015
Glamorgan batsman Will Bragg scored his second hundred of the summer to ensure honours remained fairly even at the mid-point of their LV= County Championship clash with Kent at the Spitfire Ground, Canterbury.
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10th May 2015
Kent opening batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond struck his second LV= County Championship Division Two century in five days to give his winless side a solid start to their clash with Glamorgan.
ecb.co.uk News
9th May 2015
Captain Rob Key will sit out Kent’s LV= County Championship Division Two game with Glamorgan at the Spitfire Ground, Canterbury, to give the former England man time to focus on his batting.
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8th May 2015
Nottinghamshire have recalled paceman Andy Carter from his loan spell at Glamorgan, for whom he took 12 wickets in three LV= County Championship Division Two matches.
Callum Dent
7th May 2015
Glamorgan have bolstered their bowling options for the NatWest T20 Blast with the capture of South Africa paceman Wayne Parnell for 10 South Group matches.
ecb.co.uk News
6th May 2015
With 223.1 overs lost to rain over the four days and Wayne Madsen and Scott Elstone sharing an unbroken partnership 177, there was no chance of a positive outcome to the game, and at 4.50pm the two captains shook hands with the match drawn.
ecb.co.uk News
5th May 2015
Glamorgan captain Jacques Rudolph opted to declare 102 runs behind Derbyshire after rain wiped out the majority of the third day at the SWALEC Stadium.
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4th May 2015
Loanee Andy Carter took another four wickets to underline his value to Glamorgan as Derbyshire collapsed at the SWALEC Stadium.